Category: Security


US judge overturns Xiaomi blacklisting

One of Trump’s last acts as President was to blacklist Chinese gadget giant Xiaomi for reasons basic due process has revealed to be fundamentally flawed.

India takes steps towards Huawei, ZTE ban

The Indian government has published new procurement rules for the telecoms space, a move that looks a lot like step in the direction of blocking Chinese vendors from the market.

Corporate America vs China Inc: the constants and the variables

With the many different forces in play it’s very difficult to accurately project where the equilibrium of the US-China dynamic in the technology and telecoms sectors will go under the Biden administration, or if there will ever be an equilibrium at all.

Corporate America vs China Inc: a halfway house?

The most likely future relationship between the two superpowers will neither go back to the hyper-globalised world nor revert to the earlier model of business conducted on national level entirely insulated from one another.

Securing the path from 4G to 5G

Where security was very once much a secondary topic, today it is fundamental to the design, build and operation of the core network.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Public cloud, OpenRAN and towers

Week 2 of Lockdown 3 sees Scott and Iain open with another look at the pros and cons of the public cloud after watching AWS throw its weight around. They move on to OpenRAN, which is increasingly becoming a political football and conclude with an analysis of consolidation in the telecoms towers sector.

Germany all but says “Nein!” to Huawei

New IT security law proposed by Angela Merkel’s cabinet gives the country’s security authority more power to exclude suppliers it deems posing threat to Germany’s critical information systems.

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